Tara Firma Inn Volcano
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... highlight of this data collection was finally identifying the Nene (Hawaiian Goose)! I saw them from a distance, and was able to identify them by common name, hawaiian name, and scientific name. One down, a million more to memorize!
Our last day was spent at the Jagger Museum, as well as with a private tour from a geologist who works for the national park. He is actually a Cornell alumni, which was pretty special! It's really interesting ...
... was so fascinating.
Called into the Volcano Winery on the way home, it is just around the corner from us. Bought a bottle of Pinot Noir.
We have just come home for a late lunch at 3pm and will be going back later when it gets dark to see if we can view the glowing lava pools. I will hopefully be able to put ...
... a mile. Our legs were shakingggg by the time we got to the bottom and my calves are basically just knots as I write this 2 days later. The walk to the beach was through a rainforest type path, absolutely beautiful. We sat on the beach for a while and people watched some dumb Americans try and manage in the surf, quite funny. Then came the uphill slog to the top. We walked for about 8-10 minutes, legs starting to burn and heart rate ...
... fine. Arriving mid-morning ensures you parking and a shady spot. The boogie boarding was a lot of fun, but holy Hannah did the waves knock you about and under in a heartbeat. No wonder there was a lifeguard on duty. It was cloudy and a few sprinkles and had cooled off. After 3 hours of staring at the ocean, boarders and reading a book, we decided we needed some lunch so we left to shower and change at home. We ended up at Quinn's downtown Kona for their ...
... be here now." Limitations become advantages and new and unfamiliar phenomena become fresh challenges. I have only this--and this day to do it. Come to think of it--this goes for pretty well any place or any space.
I've looked at the "be here now" as a special place where we learn to unfold a private quilt of our own making and design. It's less a physical space than an attitude. At the same time it's a ...